nice to hear from you again! and if anybody should be commenting parallelity - it should be you.
to be honest, i didn't expect even this much from a 12$ lens.
i did tweaked perspective on "sleepers" (naughty, naughty!), made sense bringing that black wall on the left to (almost?) vertical, knowing that Somebody will be looking at that, too.
what i would do with this one is making the edge of the wall vertical, to have at least one true refecence.
OTOH, there are so many lines dist
Besides that I would love to comment parallelity and many other little mistakes in pictures, I cannot say anything else on this picture but: It is great!
I agree highly that not only fishing for compliments but the discussion about pictures should be the goal in this forum. I am grateful for the opportunity to state that I like the 'not so perfect' photographs quite more than the others. They just give more to discuss to think and to learn. It's somehow just like with children, the dif
I don't bother if the picture is perfect or not ( i am not so confident with my technique ) but it simply brings me emotion.
sorry my comment is a bit late but I am browsing through the galerie...
I absolutely agree with you about the fact that emotion comes before technique. A picture with technical mistakes can still be a great shot if it grasps something and triggers emotions. But a technical perfect arrangement without a soul is just dead!
However, I like this one very much. My compliments, it's not easy to get that kind of atmosphere out of a brick wall!
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